Oman’s Al Mouj, Muscat, a mixed integrated tourism complex launched as a public-private venture between the government of Oman and Dubai-based real estate giant Majid Al Futtaim, has unveiled Phase 2 of its three- and four-bedroom family homes, following increased demand for its Ghadeer Villas launched in April 2019.
Neighbourhood residents in the first and second phases of Ghadeer villas will have access to restaurants and cafés, four- and five-star hotels, a nursery, a nearby Greg Norman signature golf course, marina facilities, a wellness-focused lifestyle, and the Community Hub and mosque – the destination's latest development.
More than 8,000 residents from 80 nationalities already make up the Al Mouj, Muscat community.
Commenting on the success of the project’s first phase, chief executive officer of Al Mouj, Muscat, Nasser bin Masoud Al Sheibani, said: “The green spaces surrounding Ghadeer villas, including our parks and 35km of walking and cycling trails, the creek running through the neighbourhood, as well as the close proximity of the stunning Al Mouj Muscat coastline, have been significant attractions for the buyers in our first phase.”
Al Sheibani added: “Families have also commented on the accessibility of Ghadeer villas to everyday shopping and dining needs, schools, and key destinations, including the airport and major attractions, all while still fostering a thriving sense of neighbourhood and community.”